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Published: 11 October 2007

New Journal reveals the crimes that police never hear about

LATE-NIGHT trouble around Camden Town underground station has reached boiling point, with crack dealers running wild and shopkeepers so used to violence that they no longer bother to phone for... > more
Former mayor dies
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Gentleman campaigner loses battle with cancer
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Goodwill flows as fountain is switched on
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New Journal reporter nominated for investigative award
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Minister stays silent on the UCL academy bid

Lord Adonis refuses to comment until Camden makes a proposal

GOVERNMENT minister Lord Adonis has refused to comment on University College London’s bid to set up a city academy in Camden. > more
Terrorism fears over Brill Place - THE massive bio-science centre leading the hunt to buy vacant land behind the British Library – which would house... > more

Safety warning after blazes in tower blocks
- TWO fires in tower blocks a fortnight apart have triggered “enhanc ed levels of concern” about the safety of... > more

Pitch battle over park’s threatened meadows
- WHEN it comes to the booming five-a-side football industry, Sir Rodney Walker – one of the men who... > more

Farewell to The Bear. Gooners pay tribute to fan who became folk hero
- HE was known as The Bear. Big D. Or just Denton. The undisputed leader of... > more

Sideline for soccer kids in money row
- A BITTER row over allegations of improper accounting at Camden’s biggest youth football league has left... > more

‘We won’t back down on pay and pensions’
- POSTMEN in Camden say they will not back down in their bitter fight with Royal Mail over service cuts... > more

Trial to remove PCs from police stations
- UNCERTAINTY surrounds the future of police counter services in Camden. > more

Hospital check for the premier
- THE Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer took some time out of their hectic schedule to visit University... > more

Still searching after 80 years
- AT just six weeks old, June Billington was taken away from her mother. But for 82 years she has always wondered about her. > more

Swan killed by dog
- A DOG savaged a swan in Kenwood on Saturday... > more

Striker free to play again
- SHARP-SHOOTING goalscorer Lee Scott is known for wriggling away from defenders but there is one marker... > more

Teachers prepare for Middle East fact-finding trip
- SECONDARY school teachers are going on a week-long tour of Jerusalem to learn more about the... > more

Complain to me, pleads publican
- A PUBLICAN has pleaded with neighbours to approach him rather than the council if they have a... > more

Families of gun victims at Hip Hop premiere
- THE parents of a young father who was murdered in a King’s Cross nightclub joined Deputy Prime... > more

Pop star stubs out hopes of a late-night fag outside pub
- A PRIMROSE Hill pub whose “raucous” customers have annoyed a 1980s pop star living nearby... > more

Shoe store set to go walkabout
- FASHIONISTAS in the borough will be teary-eyed to hear that shoemaker to the stars Beatrix Ong has been seduced... > more

Makeover for Royal Free
- THE Royal Free Hospital will receive a radical makeover to put an end to the parking chaos that has brought misery... > more

House call for stars of the west end
- HOME visits from big-name actors and actresses may still be the stuff of fantasy, but a Highgate house is offering... > more

‘I want to be extradited’ – murder suspect
- A WOMAN doctor accused of murdering her boyfriend asked a judge on Monday for help in eventually getting... > more

Trident’s obscene, says naked protester
- IT might sound like backwards logic, but a vociferous Chalk Farm campaigner believes getting naked is the... > more

Things are looking up over basement plans
- SENIOR Town Hall planners and lawyers have met the Heath and Hampstead Society to discuss the... > more

Report on 7/7 raises questions over role of security services
- COLLABORATION with Islamic extremists led British intelligence officers to ignore explicit... > more

Chestnuts coated in vinegar, varnish and vindaloo – what a smashing day out for the kings and queens of conkers!
- THERE was not a health and safety... > more


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